Creating the ideal office environment for the master co-developer of Denver’s new internationally renowned Union Station development catalyzed an inspirational collaboration between Continuum Partners and the workspace design team at Semple Brown.
While big-name companies are moving into the metro area to take advantage of the strong employment, concentration of skilled labor and its advanced transportation systems, the health care and wellness workforce continues to drive the region’s employment growth.
The future of Denver not only promises transitions in urban development and infrastructure, but a massive shift in demographics. By 2040, the Colorado State Demography Office predicts that almost one out of every five Denverites will fall in the age range of 65 and above.
Benchmarking the energy performance of buildings is the first step to understanding and reducing energy consumption, because you can’t manage what you don’t measure. The Energize Denver Benchmarking Map
Dating back to ancient empires and cultures, wayfinding historically helped the adventurous traveler navigate new and unmarked territories. Enhancing the user experience in today’s hot real estate market, wayfinding
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park’s Canyon Village, the largest accommodation complex in the park, were pleasantly surprised last summer with brand-new accommodations. The stately, welcoming new lodges were the result of a two-phase, three-year transformation of the 410 obsolete cabin-style units, originally constructed in 1957, into five modern, multistory stone and wood structures (with an equal number of units) built...
For many commercial real estate professionals, keeping up with new codes and standards, especially the wide-ranging international, state and local codes and standards as written by the International Code Council, equates
If you want to know where Colorado is headed, look no further than its commercial buildings. Colorado is projected to be among the top 10 states with the fastest-growing economies. Commercial new construction is
The financing game has changed in Denver. Buildings are changing hands quicker than ever and property owners expect returns. As new construction comes on the market, we see tenants migrate to new office